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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffpostunder Date: Mar 25, 2005 3:49am
Forum: netlabels Subject: Elmooht - Live @ Netstock 2005

The netstock set Elmooht performed was an exclusive, 1 time gig for netstock, featuring 2 additional musicians. Elmooht was running modular patches and effects through Creamware's Scope system, while also playing with some hardware toys and mixing in Elmooht tracks from albums. Itay Perets was using some "newage" synthesis software like peersynth and ixi, running additional modular sounds and also adding external noises from his own station. Dudi Asor was playing live keyboard parts, as well as also playing with some noise channels.

The recording for this set is the server-side recording. That means it was recorded in 96kbps quality and contains occasional streaming buffers. The recording was then slightly remastered and re-encoded to 256kbps mp3.

http://www.postunder.com/hostedmusic/mar05mag/elmooht_and_guests_-_live_at_netstockfest_2005_remastered256kbps.mp3

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffaaron m Date: Mar 25, 2005 4:57am
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: Elmooht - Live @ Netstock 2005

IMO.. 256kbps is overkill (specially in the case of this elmooht recording). You're nearly doubling the file-size (a large factor in ppl deciding whether or not to dl) for basically no difference in quality from a good VBR or constant 192 recording.

Regardless, looking forward to downloading these recordings later today. ;]

This post was modified by aaron m on 2005-03-25 12:57:59

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffpostunder Date: Mar 25, 2005 5:27am
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: Elmooht - Live @ Netstock 2005

Hey.
There is truth in your words. I believe the versions that will be uploaded to the netstock collection on archive.org will be vbr, or at least have vbr deviations.

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